We require two 4-week blocks of obstetric experience, including prenatal care, labor and delivery and postpartum care. Like all family medicine residency programs, we also require continuity patients, where you will learn to care for mother and baby throughout their experience.
Yes, but we also understand that you don’t have a lot of free time for “extra” projects. Research time is built into our curriculum so you will have dedicated time to develop an idea and see it through to completion.
There is one month of dedicated ICU experience with our critical care physicians. However, we also believe that when a patient is your responsibility, that responsibility extends to time your patient spends in the ICU. As such, you can expect ICU experience during each month of inpatient medicine.
Yes. After being promoted to PGY-2 year and applying for a license, residents are allowed to work outside of the organization for moonlighting pay if approved by the program director. These hours will count towards duty hours and cannot exceed ACGME requirements.
We accept current medical students from LCME accredited schools. You can learn more here. Unfortunately, we are unable to offer experiences to students from non-LCME schools or to students who have had already graduated from medical school.